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Old 07-28-2013, 08:13 AM   #1
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So I'm looking to replace the clutch quadrant. Is it that hard of a project? From the re search I did online it doesn't seem to hard, but i dont know. Any tips or advice on the replacement?
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I just did mine a couple weeks ago and it's not bad at all. I took my seat out so I could lay down to see what I was doing better.
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I just did mine a couple weeks ago and it's not bad at all. I took my seat out so I could lay down to see what I was doing better.
That's a good idea. Would you recommend the BBK clutch cable kit? The video they show, doesn't require the springs to be put back. Is that a pro or con would you say?
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Do not expect a better clutch response. This is proactive move because some of them break. Most people do this when they upgrade to a stage one clutch. IF you get a stage 1 clutch eventually you will need a firewall adjuster also.
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I got the steeda one which is pretty much the same thing, and I did not have to put the spring back in.
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What new quadrant would you suggest? Should I look for one that's gonna re use the springs?
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I've never seen one that reuses the spring. I've only seen the bbk and steeda one. So I can't really help you there.
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The pressure plate has enough tension to retract the cable.
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^ yep...

no need to re use any parts from the old setup
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Alright. That's for the help guys. I'll let you know how it goes
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